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The Thomas Rain Crowe Archive is without doubt one of the most significant Beat archives currently outside of institutional holdings.
For contact information and further questions pertaining to the acquisition of the archive or any of our special Archive Offerings, email us at email@example.com.
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TMB DEBUT PUBLICATION:
"Starting from San Francisco: Thomas Rain Crowe in Conversation with Third Mind Books" is now available exclusively from the publisher in Limited Edition, Signed & Lettered Hardcover and Softcover formats! Hardcovers come signed by the subject of our book, Thomas Rain Crowe, and publisher-editor Arthur S. Nusbaum, and Managing Editor Joe Provenzano--available in a one-time edition of 26, most of which have already sold.
If you purchase a copy of "Starting from San Francisco: Thomas Rain Crowe in Conversation with Third Mind Books," you will receive a 10% off discount coupon for any additional item of your choosing.
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TMB at EBSN-C 2018!
On Saturday, October 6th, Arthur S. Nusbaum and Third Mind Books delivered the presentation "Burroughs is in New York: William S. Burroughs and the John Tytell Archive" at the 7th annual conference of the European Beat Studies Network.
Third Mind Books acquired John Tytell's archive directly from the legendary historian and pioneering Beat scholar, and are currently curating it for sale to an institution. This presentation contains only a fraction of our findings, as we exhume the minutiae from a half-century's worth of standard-setting scholarship.